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maurvir Steamed meat popsicle
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People tried to warn them that that sandwich was dangerously cheesy. :eek:
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People tried to warn them that that sandwich was dangerously cheesy. :eek:


nobody was inside, so insert "fried chicken gives you gas joke here"
Mattel releases through Amazon exclusively a 50th anniversary "Space Oddity" David Bowie Barbie for US$50:

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It should be noted that in the past when Mattel has done this for other artists such as Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley and Andy Warhol, Barbie herself remains the star (i.e., the company has NOT issued a version of Ken dressed to honor those artists).
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DEyncourt posted:
Mattel releases through Amazon exclusively a 50th anniversary "Space Oddity" David Bowie Barbie for US$50:

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It should be noted that in the past when Mattel has done this for other artists such as Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley and Andy Warhol, Barbie herself remains the star (i.e., the company has NOT issued a version of Ken dressed to honor those artists).

Sweet Hallelujah, thanks! I just bought one.
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Metacell posted:
DEyncourt posted:
Mattel releases through Amazon exclusively a 50th anniversary "Space Oddity" David Bowie Barbie for US$50:

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It should be noted that in the past when Mattel has done this for other artists such as Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley and Andy Warhol, Barbie herself remains the star (i.e., the company has NOT issued a version of Ken dressed to honor those artists).

Sweet Hallelujah, thanks! I just bought one.


I'd get these

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That actually was probably the best Apple II ever made. I had the Vtech clone of it, and it served me a very long time.

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Despite being a clone, it was very well built.
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i remember a friend of mine had one of those and i thought it was the awesomest, sleekest, most amazing computer evar
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Plus it is, apparently, being held up by Frozone.
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I had a buggy very similar to this except mine was setup for street slaloms with huge fat tires and an adjustable suspension that let me lower it way low. It was wicked fast with 2ltr kit, 3/4 race cam, close ratio gear kit and the usual Holly/Weber setup. I would routinely beat V8 Pony cars in street light to street light drags, approx 1/8 mile.
It had steering brakes so I could spin it around like a zero turn radius lawnmower.
So much fun.
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Chico and I were taking a walk and came upon this beautiful looking Freight Liner. I ain't a big truck fan but...man, look at that styling, nice!

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C. Ives posted:
Plus it is, apparently, being held up by Frozone.


And that makes it even cooler

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Pariah posted:
Chico and I were taking a walk and came upon this beautiful looking Freight Liner. I ain't a big truck fan but...man, look at that styling, nice!

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That truck looks like it came from a Stephen King novel.
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Metacell posted:
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Chico and I were taking a walk and came upon this beautiful looking Freight Liner. I ain't a big truck fan but...man, look at that styling, nice!

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That truck looks like it came from a Stephen King novel.

I know, right? Brave Chico is protecting me.
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TOS posted:
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Chico enjoying a well deserved nap after facing down that fearsome truck on our walk.
:love:

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well done brave chico!
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48 hour deodorant... because apparently washing your armpits more than twice a week is just a big hassle. :squint:
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48 hour deodorant... because apparently washing your armpits more than twice a week is just a big hassle. :squint:


Also, maybe, it's 48 hr protection, if you sleep all day, in the winter.
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Apollo 13 astronaut Jim Lovell practices flag deployment for a moon landing he’ll never make, February 4, 1970.
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1971


lyndon johnson owned one ... he loved to tear ass round his texas ranch, then, on approaching a lake, scream "no brakes!" and drive right in while his passenger screamed
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His approach to Vietnam was similar.
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We truly are living in the weirdest time line.
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new cars arriving at a depot, 1970s

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Those look like Mustang IIs
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Vert-A-Pack rail cars were developed by GM specifically for delivering Chevy Vegas. This design allowed twice the number of cars per rail car to be carried compared to a traditional autorack.
They had to specially design some aspects of the car for nose-down transport as well.

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Ken has an outfit for every occasion
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He looked very different, like a young Darrin Stephens from Bewitched.

(I'm only assuming that's Barbie's Ken, judging by the style of the name in red)
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